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New BRB Cartoon Series Conquer Eastern Europe

BRB Internacional has signed on to the conquest of eastern Europe. Currently, several of the most recent cartoon series produced by the Spanish company are being broadcast in that part of the world, and others have just been acquired by channels there.

Press Release from BRB Internacional

(June 20, 2011) BRB Internacional has signed on to the conquest of eastern Europe. Currently, several of the most recent cartoon series produced by the Spanish company are being broadcast in that part of the world, and others have just been acquired by channels there.

In fact, as the new edition of DISCOP – the principal audiovisual marketing fair for the region – is just getting underway in Hungary, the adventures of Iron Kid (26 x 30’) as well as The Invisible Man (26 x 30’) are followed there through MEGAMAX, the new youth-oriented channel belonging to Chellomedia. Likewise, the funny guessing-game show Zoobabu (104 x 2’) has just been bought by both RTV Slovenija, the Slovenian public TV station, and the open-programming channel Tring of Albania, which has also acquired the pleasantly engaging dis-adventures of Kambu (52 x 7’).

Meanwile, The Imp (65 x 90”), the most enchanting little devil on TV, is being aired in Poland on Canal+. And the fun-filled boys-vs-girls disagreements of Angus&Cheryl (104 x 2’) are enjoying success in Russia, on Muz TV.

Also, Silk TV has just acquired for open-broadcast in Kazakhstan the screwball-sketch comedy personified by Bernard (156 x 3’). The curious polar bear who travels the world without a clue as to how it works is very well-known in Russia thanks to the 2x2 Channel, and he is also very popular throughout much of the rest of eastern Europe, thanks to HBO.

About BRB Internacional:

An international company founded in Spain with more than 35 years experience in the production, distribution and licensing of high quality television programmes. BRB's animated series have been seen around the world, and characters such as David the Gnome, Dogtanian and Willy Fog are widely recognised as classics since back in the ‘80s. Currently BRB is producing innovative and branded series through the development of its Catalan studio Screen 21 using the latest techniques in design, 3D stereoscopic and CG technology – including such successful brands like Bernard, Suckers, Canimals, Kambu or Zoobabu. In the field of licensing, the company manages aside of all BRB’s titles an impressive catalogue which includes the Cartoon Network's properties for Spain and Portugal (Generator Rex, Foster's, Ben 10, Bakugan, ...) or the PlayStation IPs LittleBigPlanetTM, EyePetTM, InvizimalsTM and SingStar TM in Spain and Portugal. For more information: www.brb.es, www.facebook.com/BRBInternacional, www.twitter.com/BRBint, www.youtube.com/user/BRBInternacional

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